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Monday, April 2, 2012

Should The New Jobs Plan Allow For Unpaid Internships?



Do you think a internships can or should be unpaid?

Commentary: The debate is whether a skilled worker or college student should be allowed to enter into an agreement with a employer to learn a new skill. Should they be allowed to do this for free?  We are in a historically unusual environment where quickly a vast number of older occupations and industries have faded away leaving job seekers with backgrounds that are unsuitable for many of today's available jobs.  

You can kind of think of a world were one day you are on the farm milking a cow and the next day are told you need to use an IPAD in Chinese.  What do you think of allowing an internships for a 30 year auto production worker or a 25 year successful  veteran  VP of  a failed Bank who is unemployed job seeker?    So should we change the policy or law?  Perhaps one that encourages job growth? 

Looking forward to your comments below?

1 Post a Comment :

Iris Sasaki said...

While there are laws around internships, particularly non-paying internships, I believe they should be readily available to those willing to learn by doing.

The "desperate times, desperate measures" speech would surely be applicable now.

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